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Cristiano Ronaldos diet

Cristiano Ronaldo's diet

Mireia Cervera 23 February 2017

How does one of the best footballers in the world take care of himself? Discover in this post how he eats himself and the lifestyle that Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo leads.

CR7 has only two paths in life: either itloves him with madness and brotherly love, or is vilified for his cocky and defiant pose. Unlike other top players on the international scene, such as Iniesta, Raúl, Csillas, the recently retired Lampard or himself-diet-de-messi "> Messi , who is covered by an aura of admiration or terrific. With Cristiano this does not happen, or he is adored or not supported.

But beyond preferences or binary loves, there arean incontestable reality that anyone who understands a bit of football will not be able to argue: Cristiano is probably the most professional player in football today, but the most in the modern history of this sport. Let's go forparts. The starting point is outstanding: adequate height, prodigious physique, monstrous leg power, winning mentality, self-confidence ... If we made a parallel, we could say that he is the LeBron James of football, a specie cyborg programmed to score and win, a kind of perfectly designed machine. But is this the result of chance? Of talent? Radically not!

During his post-adolescent stint at Manchester United, Cris (ashis fellow Brits called him) he had to learn to eat, he was crazy about the arch-famous fish & chips of the islands, so his coach and mentor, Sir Alex Ferguson put him on a strict diet.

And since then Cristiano tHe has an impeccable work ethic and his diet is a core part of it: no fast food, no carbonated drinks and sweeteners, no fried food on his menu, and of course, endless days at the gym.

Always eat atsame time and no more than an hour passes from the end of the physical exercise until something is put in the mouth. Dinners are very light and always a couple of hours before going to bed, in order to have a leisurely digestion. Cristiano Ronaldohe has a studied diet of 3,000 calories a day in which fish and vegetables are the protagonists. No sauces, no sweet desserts, a beer from time to time. Lots of water at meals and pear, pineapple and apple juices between htime.

Mireia Cervera Nutritionist Teresa Carles Healthy Foods Group - Flax & Kale